Windows 10: Inbox formatting keeps resetting

Discus and support Inbox formatting keeps resetting in Microsoft Office and 365 to solve the problem; Hello everyone, I really hope someone can help me with this frustrating situation, as I tried looking at so many different threads on the internet. I... Discussion in 'Microsoft Office and 365' started by BillyStaples, May 5, 2020.

  1. Inbox formatting keeps resetting

    Hello everyone,

    I really hope someone can help me with this frustrating situation, as I tried looking at so many different threads on the internet.

    I set up my MS Outlook Inbox view to my liking, selecting the fields to show and adjusting the widths. I saved the view as the new default view, as shown in image 1 below:

    Image 1:

    Inbox formatting keeps resetting [​IMG]

    Then, as the day goes on, the default view changes column widths, particularly by shrinking my Categories column (where I can no longer see the category name), and expanding the From and Subject columns, as shown in image 2 below:

    Image 2:

    Inbox formatting keeps resetting [​IMG]

    Sometimes, it's gotten even worse! Where it appears the Subject column stretches further, as in image 3. Then, I can get it to reset to the image 2 view by clicking on another folder then back to the Inbox:

    Image 3:

    Inbox formatting keeps resetting [​IMG]

    It's quite frustrating - any help is appreciated!

    BillyStaples, May 5, 2020
  2. Fernandz Win User

    How To Format A Write Protected Flash Memory ?

    ¿You already tried this one?...

    Run CMD

    1. diskpart
    2. list disk

    Then in the 3º step, put the correct number of disk in the list for the usb flash (if it's listed in disk 3, then you'll have to write select disk 3).

    2. select disk #
    3. clean
    4. create partition primary
    5. select partition 1
    6. active
    7. format fs=fat32
    8. assign
    9. exit

    with that commands you will format the flash drive in fat32, if you have a large drive you can select also "format fs=ntfs" in step 7.

    good luck!
    Fernandz, May 5, 2020
  3. John Sarc Win User
    Changing Time Format

    Hi Mary,

    There's a possibility that the set up time format in your computer Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) is military time. To have this checked, you can try to reset the time of your computer through Control Panel. See the steps below on how to do

    • Open Control Panel > Clock, Language, and Region >
      Change date, time, or number formats. This would open the
    • From there, click on Additional settings at the bottom part. It will open the Customize Format.
    • Click Reset; then, OK.

    The steps should work; however, if not, we suggest that you contact manufacturer and have the BIOS time checked.

    Let us know what happens after doing the suggestions .
    John Sarc, May 5, 2020
  4. Inbox formatting keeps resetting

    Google Inbox screen has frozen in a very large format


    Thank you for posting your question in the Microsoft Community.

    I understand that the google inbox screen has frozen in a very large format. I will try to help you with this issue.

    Please answer these questions to get more clarity on this issue:

    • Did you make any changes to the pc prior to this issue?

    • Have you installed all pending updates on the pc prior to this issue?

    • Does this issue occur while using either Internet Explorer or Edge?

    • Are you accessing the google inbox on your web account?

    Sign out from the current user account, restart the pc and login to the Admin account or the MSA to test if that helps with this issue.

    Also suggest you to install any pending Windows updates on the pc to check if that helps.
    Updates are additions to software that can help prevent or fix problems, improve how your computer works, or enhance your computing experience.

    Keep us informed to help you further.
    Srimadhwa B, May 5, 2020

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